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in connecticut. as has happened after other recent shooting sprees, sales of assault-style rifles have seen a spike in gun shops since the massacre. many buyers seem to fear the weapons will be banned and want to get one legally before hand. >> ceremonies have been held in several asian countries to remember the victims of the tsunami that struck several years ago. hundreds of thousands of people were killed in one of the biggest natural disasters in recent history. >> a powerful earthquake unleashed deadly waves across the indian ocean. thailand was one of the countries hit by the disaster. >> different faiths united in morning -- brutus, muslims, christians remembering those who died here in 2004. in thailand, the tsunami swept more than 5000 people to their deaths. many were tourists. along the coastline, people from dozens of countries parish. >> as we go farther away from the sorrow of what happened that day, we want to remember and let people know that the world can be one. >> the natural disaster struck with brutal force, leaving an equally staggering trail of destruction in its wake
bit. >> rose: it's to use a memory that is with us right now in connecticut, those teachers who stood in the line and lunged at a gunman to protect their kids, you ask yourself when you hear that would i have done the same thing. >> i i think that's right. i think none of us know how we would react in a situation like that until are you unlucky enough to be in one. and then. >> rose: and then if you have children, the idea of survival just kicks in. >> yeah. well, when i came out from the water i would say i was feeling why i am alive. i don't want to be alive. that was pie feeling. that was, this is scene where naomi is screaming this incredible screaming means i don't want to be alive. i don't have any meaning to be alive if i am alone, if i don't have anyone to take care of, anyone to love, why do i am alive. but-- . >> rose: because you thought at that moment they were all gone. >> absolutely. you have no other thought, not at all. i mean when we went through it was just impossible to think anyone else was live. >> rose: i want to see the scene now of her played by naomi grasping
there connecticut or cyber. you have to know a lot about the client's business. you can't take the run of the mill lawyer and throw him in and expect him or her to do a good job i don't care how erudite they are if they don't really know how operations work and don't really know what the weapons capabilities are but the key here is the technologies need to assemble the facts and lawyers will provide the law and enter the process where you apply the facts as you do anything else in the practice of the law. i have never seen a situation where knowledgeable commanders really fought the law restrain them. secretary panetta talks about the rules of engagement, and part operational restraints and policy. i think my friend stuart, they dither over problems and most of them are lawyers but not practicing law and we need some decisive decisions, policy decisions. it is not the law or the lawyers per se. >> the last words as opposed to legal restraints. >> i agree with charlie. if you are a policymaker and you are not sure you have courage to make decisions about a particular issue the easiest thing in the
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